Statutory Guidelines for Careers Support in Schools
‘The fast-changing world of work puts an ever-greater demand on all of us to support young people in making a successful transition from education to employment, helping them to identify and choose career opportunities that are right for them’.
The governments’ new Careers Strategy, published in December 2017, and statutory guidance for school leaders and school staff, published in January 2018, set out the plan for building a high-quality careers system that will help young people to achieve’.
(Claudia Harris, CEO, The Careers & Enterprise Company)
The Gatsby Charitable Foundation (http://www.gatsby.org.uk/) has provided schools with a clear blueprint of what good careers provision should look like.
- Sept 2012 onwards – all schools should ensure that pupils are provided with independent careers guidance from Year 7
If you have any questions or wish to request an appointment with our independent careers advisor that we have based at school, contact Mrs Rees; our lead member of staff for Careers advice and guidance.
The Baker Clause
KMA work closely with local post 16 providers and local higher education providers, both academic and vocational, as well as representatives from a wide range of career sectors to support our students. If you are an employer who would like to add to one of our events or help us with our careers work? click here for our Provider Access Policy.
Measuring Impact and Evaluation
We are keen to measure the effectiveness and impact of our careers programme at Kibworth Mead Academy and this is done in a number of ways including student destination data, interviews and surveys.
We are keen to gain feedback from a range of stakeholders including parents, students, teachers and employers. If you would like to give us feedback about our careers programme, please get in touch using the email address below.
Katie Rees (Careers Leader)